Managing Editor, World Politics Review
Matt Peterson is the managing editor of World Politics Review.
Prior to joining World Politics Review, he worked as a fellow in Yale University's Global Justice Program.
Peterson has also worked at the Center for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics in Canberra, Carnegie Council in New York, and the British Parliament as an intern.
He has a B.A. from Tufts University and an M.S. from the London School of Economics.
- Should Foreigners Have a Say on Immigration Policies? (Audio)
- Climate Change's Moral Motivations (Audio)
- Apple's Labor Standards (Audio)
- Microinequalities Inflicted on Women (Audio)
- Clean Tech Intellectual Property (Audio)
- Indigenous Intellectual Property (Audio)
- Ownership and the Body (Audio)
- The Arbitrary Morality of Immigration and Citizenship (Audio)
- Institutionalizing Human Rights (Audio)
- The Bioethics of Infectious Diseases (Audio)
- American Sugar Policy Leaves a Sour Taste (Commentary)
- The G-20's Global Hit-and-Run (Commentary)
- Network Power (Audio)
- Shallow Cuts (Commentary)
- Proportionality in Gaza (Audio)
- Discretionary Time (Audio)
- Extending Human Lifespans (Audio)
- Shaking the Resource Curse (Audio)
- Pharmaceutical Innovation and Essential Medicines (Audio)
Last Updated: Mar 11, 2013